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ETSU Winter Session
December 19, 2018 - January 13, 2019
What is Winter Session?
Winter Session is considered part of the Spring term.
Winter Session offers numerous online courses selected by the academic departments and colleges.
Winter Session is limited to one course or a max of 4-credit hours per student.
Support services are available throughout winter break in areas such as the Charles C. Sherrod Library, the Office of Information Technology, Tutoring Services, the Registrar's Office, and D2L support (Office of e-Learning & Distance Education).
The course schedule for Winter 2018-2019 is not yet available. To view courses that were offered during Winter Session 2017-2018, Click here and then use the "Search by Term" drop-down box to select Spring 2018. Select the subject(s) you'd like to search, and choose Winter Session as the "Part of Term".
Course registration begins in November based on earned credit hours. Current ETSU students should work with their academic advisors during the fall to select appropriate courses. Visiting students will be required to complete a Visiting Student application.
**Please note that the Winter Session IS NOT designed for students to complete spring prerequisite courses.**
Interested in studying at ETSU as a visiting student during Winter?
If you are a student currently enrolled at another institution and wish to take a Winter Session course from East Tennessee State University, please complete the Visiting Student application. Visiting students may apply here: http://admissions.etsu.edu/apply/visiting/
Available resources throughout the Winter Session
ITS (Information Technology Services) : email@example.com
Office of the Registrar: firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Tutoring: For online tutoring over Winter Session, the CFAA at ETSU recommend finding a tutor through Tutor Matching Service (TMS). TMS helps students and parents find, schedule, and book quality tutors across a broad range of academic subjects. ETSU CertifiedTutors in the TMS network often live in the area and may be available to meet students in person or online. In addition, the TMS network gives students access to tutors nation-wide who have expertise in over 150 subject areas. Hourly tutoring rates apply and are listed on each tutors’ profile. Tutoring
For those of you who are new to online classes, ETSU uses Desire to Learn (D2L) as the online course delivery platform. You can access D2L at: https://elearn.etsu.edu/d2l/login .Your D2L login is your ETSU login username and password. You will be able to find your courses under the “My Courses” pane in the middle of your screen.
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